World's Largest Archive of Animal Sounds
Ever wondered what a rufous-sided Towhee sounds like? The Macauley Library of Natural Sounds at Cornell University has the answer. It house the world's largest archive of animals sounds - more than 160,000 audio and video recordings of birds, insects, fish, frogs and mammals. To hear a free recording of Rufous-sided Towhees and other birds, go to www.birds.cornell.edu/macaulaylibrary.